What Is A Mazda Rotary Engine?
Sometimes, in order for something to be interesting or cool, it just has to be different. It doesn’t have to be superior or better looking. Different is all it takes. That is the case with the rotary engine. You won’t be able to notice a difference on a test drive, but the engineering behind it is very unique. Mazda doesn’t use this type of engine in its cars anymore, but it is still a heated topic among car enthusiasts. What is a Mazda rotary engine? Read the rest of this entry
While many Wisconsinites are disappointed that our team didn’t make it to the 2017 Super Bowl there is no denying that we still enjoy watching the game. Though the Packers playing in the Super Bowl would cause for more celebration across the state the Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in the U.S. and millions tune in to watch the game and of course to catch all of the Super Bowl commercials. Here are some of the best sports bars in Milwaukee WI to watch the 2017 Super Bowl. Read the rest of this entry
OEM parts vs aftermarket parts
CLUNK! Oh no. That is never the sound you want to hear while backing out of the driveway. Something has just gone wrong with your brakes, and you are quite certain that the sound you heard is not what it sounds like when a brake just needs to be checked. You are going to need new brakes. Now the question is, should you get original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts, ones that were made by the manufacturer of your vehicle specifically for that model? Or can you just go with some aftermarket parts? Will it make much difference? Let’s take a look at OEM parts vs aftermarket parts. Read the rest of this entry
Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Concept Specs and Features
Volkswagen introduced the new future of the Microbus, the I.D. Buzz and much like the I.D. concept that was presented late last year, it is another new Volkswagen vehicle that gives a sophisticated design to electric mobility and reflects a change in the brand and its models. The I.D. Buzz concept is a zero-emissions vehicle that displays a new generation of elements and features. Inside the I.D. Buzz there is seating for up to eight passengers and has two luggage compartments. It will feature a fully autonomous “I.D. Pilot” driving mode, and during this mode, the driver’s seat can be turned 180 degrees to face the rear. Read the rest of this entry